Home-invasions involve a confrontation between the offender(s) and the occupant(s) as well as a probable violent altercation(s) that most often occurs during the removal of items or commission of a secondary offense. A home-invasion robbery is an offense involving unlawful entry into a private and occupied residence with the objective of committing a crime. This form of violence places the resident under extreme intimidation and involves a terrorizing confrontation between offender(s) and the resident(s) of the home. Theoretically speaking, the offender who commits the crime of a home-invasion robbery rationalizes that entering into another’s home is vindicated to complete a mission, search, theft, kidnapping, sexual assault, or even murder. Realistically speaking, the home-invasion offender is enamored with the immediacy of rewards, utilizing coercion to achieve their goals and finding exuberance resulting from the enforcement of terror.